Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Catholic News Roundup 11-23
The Election Clause
The consistent outcry of Catholics across America … defying Obama’s mandate to include contraception and sterilization in his new healthcare law … may have had some effect … as the White House considers broadening its narrow religious exemption in the bill.
New York Times
The Choice to Close
Pro-lifers are celebrating in Michigan … at the announcement that two abortion mills in the state will be closed permanently … as a result of a lawsuit against the clinics for being “improperly incorporated and licensed.”
The University of New Mexico is using public resources to build a new breed of abortionists and contraception experts … according to Lifesite News.
Cardinal Bernard Law … former Archbishop of Boston … has been removed from his position as Archpriest of St. Mary Major Basilica in Rome after his eightieth birthday … and one news source says … there’s a reason for the change.
The Gingrich Grind
Newt Gingrich is wearing down the opposition … pushing ahead of his remaining opposition … and taking a four percent lead over Mitt Romney in the latest Quinnipiac University Poll.